Commercial Roof Types
Do you want to replace your building’s topside? The best commercial roof types to consider are those that meet your budget, energy use and weather protection needs. Here in Texas we get our share of storms, hail and sun, so you want the best protection possible. Let us replace your commercial surface affordably.
Are you looking for a commercial roofing contractor? You need someone who knows how to fix, replace or restore all roof types whether single-ply or multi-ply. You want an experienced contractor who uses science, not guesswork, to evaluate the problem. And you need someone who is professional and easy to work with. You have found that team here at Horizon Roofing.
For more than 35 years, our Haag Certified Inspectors have been restoring all commercial roof types with sound, affordable solutions. It means our staff has been trained to the highest standards by a respected national organization. We find leaks using the latest technology for all roof types. Early intervention prevents minor problems from turning into expensive disasters.
There are several rubber roof types. One is a liquid that dries to a stretchy solid membrane similar to latex paint but much stronger. A membrane that stretches is important for several reasons: It has no seams and it won’t crack, so it prevents leaks; normal building movement will not affect its strength; rubber roof types resist hail and other types of storm damage.
Another rubber roof type is a roll-out variety called EPDM. Ballasted, mechanically attached or self-sticking to the substrate, its seams are tightly welded. This makes an unbroken surface that will prevent leaks from storm activity.
All Commercial Roof Types Covered
All of our restorative Duralast system can be placed over nearly all roof types.
Single-ply – PVC, EPDM, and TPO. The seams can come apart if they were not properly joined during installation. Some can also develop tiny cracks.
Multi-ply– Asphalt-and-gravel and BUR can age poorly with years of sun exposure. It’s common to see these roof types crack with temperature changes.
If you want to save energy, white or very light roof types can save you up to 70 percent on your HVAC bills. They reflect more than 80 percent of the sun’s heat energy back into the atmosphere. This keeps your cooling costs low and your occupants comfortable. It also reduces your carbon footprint.
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Contact us for repair and installation of conventional and restorative roof types in Austin, San Antonio, Georgetown, and nearby areas.